Nov 10, 2016 ... United States of America, State of Arizona, State of Connecticut, State of Idaho, State of Illinois, State of Iowa, State of Maryland, State of Michigan, State of Missouri, State of Montana, State of Nebraska, State of New Hampshire, State of Ohio, Sta... Case Type: Civil Non-Merger. Case Violation:.
Feb 23, 2018 ... All eyes will now be on Justice Neil Gorsuch to look for possible clues about which way he is leaning. ... The case, Ohio v. American Express Co., has garnered significant interest from the competition bar as it centers on how to apply a key antitrust ... al. v. American Express Co. et al., case number 16-1454.
network (i.e., Amex itself) serves as the only intermediary between the cardholder and merchant. 25 Klein et al., supra note 5, at 572. 26 For a graphical depiction of this system, see infra Addendum Figure 3. 27 Amex occasionally uses third-party banks as issuers. At the present time, nine third- party banks issue Amex cards ...
Feb 26, 2018 ... In 2010, the three largest credit card networks in the United States—American Express (“Amex”), Visa, and MasterCard—were sued by the United States and seventeen States for violating federal antitrust laws. United States v. ... Respondents American Express Company, et al. (“Amex”) argue for the ...
Jun 22 2017, Consent to the filing of amicus curiae briefs, in support of either party or of neither party, received from counsel for respondents American Express Company, et al. Jun 22 2017, Consent to the filing of amicus curiae briefs, in support of either party or neither party, received from counsel for respondent State of ...